Brown University



Brown University is a private research university and part of the Ivy League. It is situated in Providence, Rhode Island, and is the seventh-oldest higher education institution in the United States, and third-oldest in New England. Brown was the first college in the country to admit all students, regardless of religious association. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 6380 students, and...
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Columbia University



Columbia University is a private research university located in New York. It is a member of the Ivy League, and is one of the country’s 9 Colonial Colleges which were founded before the start of the American Revolution. It is the 5th oldest higher learning institution in the country, and the oldest in New York State. Today, the university operates Global Centers overseas in many places including...
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Cornell University



Cornell is a private research university in Ithaca, New York. It is a member of the Ivy League. The university is organized into 7 undergraduate colleges and 7 graduate divisions. Cornell also has satellite medical campuses located in New York City and Qatar. Cornell has over 245 000 alumni, including 41 Nobel laureates and 28 Rhodes Scholars. Nearly 14 000 undergraduate and 7000 graduate...
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Dartmouth University



Dartmouth is a research university in New Hampshire. Located in the small town of Hanover, it is part of the Ivy League, and was the last college to be founded by the Colonials prior to the American Revolution. It is the smallest university in the Ivy League, with a total student enrollment of just 6144 (2/3 of which are undergraduates). The campus, which was originally a farm, is 269 acres...
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Harvard University



Harvard University is an Ivy League university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is the oldest establishment of higher learning in the country. It was established in 1636, and was the first corporation to be chartered in the United States. It is one of the most prestigious universities in the world due to its influence, history, and wealth. The main campus is centered on Harvard Yard in Cambridge,...
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Princeton University



Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey, is a research university and part of the Ivy League. It is also one of the nine colleges to be founded before the American Revolution (known as the Colonial Colleges). Princeton does not have schools of law, medicine, or business, although it offers professional degrees through the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of...
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University of Pennsylvania



The University of Pennsylvania (frequently called Penn) is a research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a member of the Ivy League, and was 1 of the 9 institutions founded before the American Revolution (known as the Colonial Colleges). It is the home of the first school of Medicine, the first student union, and the first collegiate business school in North America. It is...
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Yale University



Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut is a research university and member of the Ivy League. After Harvard and the College of William & Mary, it is the oldest institution of tertiary education in the United States. It is also one of the nine Colonial Colleges. Yale has the 2nd highest financial endowment of any academic institution in the world, valued at $19.4 billion in 2011. Yale has...
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